Steven Fuller

Steven J. Fuller

Educator Professor; Undergraduate Director

McMicken Hall

140B

A&S Communication - 0184

Professional Summary

Steve teaches Interpersonal Communication (in person and online), Persuasion & Civic Engagement, and Communication, Identity & Sport. His classes regularly incorporate experience-based learning projects designed to help students put academic theories and concepts to work in their communities.

Steve serves as the Department of Communication's undergraduate director. He also directs the Communication Co-op Program, founded Lambda Pi Eta—UC's chapter of the National Communication Association's honor society, plans/hosts CommCeleb—the department's annual awards banquet—every April, works on the Culture & Diversity curriculum team, serves as a judge for the Alice M. House speech contest, and advises majors within the Department of Communication.

Steve is a well-respected lecturer and writer, speaking to a wide variety of groups and organizations. Steve's book, "The Church Experiment," documents his experiences visiting 52 religious gatherings in 52 weeks.

Please email Steve for more information about the Communication Department, co-op opportunities, his community-engaged approach to teaching, or any of his writing projects. Consult Starfish on Blackboard to set up an appointment to meet during his office hours.

Education

M.A., University of Cincinnati 2001 (Communication)

B.A., University of Cincinnati 1999 (Communication)

Service

Lambda Pi Eta Faculty Coordinator Type:Service to Student Groups 2011 -To Present

Alice M. House Speech Contest Judge Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2002 -To Present

Communication Co-op Program Director Type:Departmental Service 2015 -To Present

CommCeleb Coordinator Type:Departmental Service 2014 -To Present

Courses Taught

-COMM-1076 INTRO INTERPER COMM Level:Undergraduate

-COMM-2012 PERSUASION/CIVIC Level:Undergraduate

-COMM-3077 COMM AND SPORT Level:Undergraduate

Other Information

Steve Fuller teaches Interpersonal Communication, Persuasion & Civic Engagement, and Communication & Sport. His classes regularly incorporate experience-based learning projects designed to help students put academic theories and concepts to work in their communities. Steve also directs the Communication co-op program and leads Lambda Pi Eta—UC's chapter of the National Communication Association's honor society. Steve's book, "The Church Experiment," documents his experiences visiting 52 religious gatherings in 52 weeks.,